Have you ever asked your child a question too many times?
My three-year-old son had a lot of problems with potty training and I was on him constantly.
One day we stopped at Taco Bell for a quick lunch, in between errands It was very busy, with a full dining room. While enjoying my taco, I smelled something…
when i took my then two yr old to walmart, he announces that i have bigger titties than the woman shopping on the same rack in toddler’s wear…he was not the least bit quiet about it either…i wanted to go under the rack!!!!omgosh!!!!
That reminds me of when my youngest son was small. We had been at the mall and I had bought him some Underoos, probably Spiderman. Well it is an hour ride home from the mall and he kept asking me if he could put them on and I told him a few times that he must wait until we got home. Well, it got very quiet in the back seat and I assumed he had fallen asleep. Well, I looked in the rear view mirror and he had stripped down to the buff and was proceeding to put on his new underoos!
Hey, I think I’ve heard this story before; unless more than one mother has experienced this, haha.
Well, my son and I once passed a double amputee guy and my son pointed at the guy and said blazingly out loud “oh gross, look Dad, where are those guys’ legs?!” Yeah, I thought I’d die of embarrassment.
The other day I took my nephew out walking around and we ended up in a shoe store. He kept grabbing all the shoes off the displays and tossing them about. I told him a hundred times to stop it because it’s “not allowed”. He yelled at me ” and I told you I’m not deaf”. I wanted to slug his little mug, but mommies were staring at me in horror.
Damned if you do and damned if you don’t.
After the (friendly) divorce I often took my 3 yr old son to the beach for a swim.
On the way down the beach one morning he pointed to a golden coloured girl who had unfortunately misplaced part of her cossy, and asked if she was a lady?
I glanced from his pointed finger to the stylish athletic looking young lady in question, who propped herself up on one elbow in interest to hear my ensuing words of wisdom.
“That’s not a lady,…..that’s a FOXY lady”
He seemed fascinated by the words ‘foxy lady’ and repeated them a number of times with a gaggle of giggles, which culminated in him plopping down on his bottom on the sand, near wetting his pants with mirth.
In a moment we were all in stitches of laughter.
These days she never forgets his birthday and is always warm and friendly when he brings his ‘foxy ladies’ home to meet us.
What a laugh, fantastic. My kids never did anything like that but I have heard of some relatives kids who embarrassed their parents. They can be pistols at times, can’t they?
Hahaha, oh my gosh, what a funny story!
Ah, kids. They do and say the darndest things.
Yes, if you have kids this always happens
BUT, this is an absolute classic, Aint kids grand
Well, see, Mom, he told you lol! I can’t think of anything even remotely close!!
that is so funny, and terrible.
I’ve been embarassed before by my sister when she was little, lol, but never like that!